Richland District Two enters second year of program

In 2010, Richland School District Two implemented The International Baccalaureate Program at Windsor Elementary, E.L. Wright Middle, and Richland Northeast High School. The program focuses on teaching students an understanding of cultures from around the world. The program is funded by a large MSAP grant ( Magnet Schools Assistance Program). Richland District Two received a similar grant in 2004 and […]

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University inducts 10 in adult-student honor society

The University of South Carolina inducted 10 members into the Mu chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, a national honor society for adult students. Founded in 1945, Alpha Sigma Lambda recognizes the academic success of adult students. South Carolina chartered its ASL chapter in 2000. ASL inductees include:  Callie Anderson of Cayce  Kathryn Barry of Columbia  Heather Brockington […]

Culinary arts seniors win scholarships at ProStart

Copeland Crews, Alvisha Davis, Joy Isaac, Jessica Arnold, and Christopher Williams were chosen to represent Richland School District One in the ProStart Invitational culinary arts competition held February 2011 in Myrtle Beach, S.C. They competed as a team against 27 other schools from South Carolina and North Carolina in a contest in which they were required to prepare an appetizer, […]

Fourth quarter honor roll for St. Joseph Catholic School

The following students achieved honor roll status at Saint Joseph Catholic School during the school’s 4th quarter: All A Honor Roll Fourth grade: Mary Kelly Allen, Emely Adame- Ramirez, Caroline Brooks, Declan Carroll, Palmer Dayhuff, Aidan DeJames, Kate Flowers, Blake Giles, Kelly Heebner, Roland Herbkersman, Thomas Johnson, Luke Lumpkin, Caroline Muzekari, Sidney Nottingham, McKenna Pratt, Cooper Schroeder, Matthew Skipper, Naia […]

Glenforest School takes a swing for underprivileged children

“Clubs for Camps” golf tournament fundraiser June 20

Glenforest School, a K-12, non-profit school for children who learn differently, presents its first annual “Clubs for Camps” golf tournament and fundraiser at Golden Hills Golf & Country Club Monday, June 20, supporting Midlands families and children with learning differences in-need of financial assistance to attend camps this summer. “Clubs for Camps” is a Glenforest School fundraiser that directly benefits […]

Providence Hospitals awards scholarship to medical student

Providence Hospitals announces its second recipient of the Dr. Preston A. Jones Memorial Scholarship, Daniel Apple, a medical student at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. Apple is currently a fourth year medical student, graduating in May 2011, who plans to enter a career in ophthalmology. Through generous support from donors wishing to honor the legacy of the […]

Local Lions volunteer with Special Olympics

Members of the Blythewood Lions Club recently assisted with eye screenings at the Spring Games of the Special Olympics. Held at Fort Jackson, the Lions handled paperwork for each athlete and then the sight acuity testing before athletes proceeded through a full eye exam. Seven eye doctors from across the state and from Augusta, Georgia, volunteered their time to provide […]

Southeastern Piano Festival takes place June 12-18


 ART City of Columbia Arts Center and Backman Gallery will feature a One Woman Show by West Columbia artist, Constance Reid Cashwell through June 30, 1932 Calhoun Street. 545-3093. The Toy Republic and The Dream Life of Broken Toys by Dianna Farfan exhibit will be at 701 Center for Contemporary Art, 701 Whaley Street, Second Floor, through July 31. […]